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Corrie bombshells who won Rear Of The Year - Michelle Keegan, Kym Marsh and Tracy Shaw
Coronation Street stars have taken the title?After Maxine Peacock star Tracy Shaw first won Rear Of The Year in 1996, the doors opened for a wave of cobbles stars to win the award in the decades since.The Coronation Street cast have also narrowly beaten one another to the post, with Kym Marsh and Michelle Keegan in close competition with one another in recent years.READ NEXT: Celebs transforming into sexy Barbies - Liz Hurley plunging gown to Love Island lingerieFrom Tracy Shaw to Michelle Keegan, Daily Star looks back on the Coronation Street stars who won Rear Of The Year.One year after actress Tracy Shaw made her cobbles debut as Maxine Peacock in Coronation Street, the star won Rear Of The Year in 1996 - alongside fellow winner and Gladiators star Hunter.The blonde bombshell posed for photographs in a sexy blue dress with thigh high split, as she flashed her signature smile for the cameras - framed by her stunning blonde curls.She also became a regular model for "lads mags" during her time on Coronation Street, before departing the soap after her character was brutally killed by Richard Hillman in 2003.Coronation Street icon Jane Danson has delighted fans as Leanne Battersby since 1997, before leaving the soap three years later and making a surprise return in 2004.Following in the footsteps of former co-star Tracy Shaw, Jane Danson also won Rear Of The Year in 2000 - with the star showing off her peachy bum in a pair of light blue jeans.She accepted the award at London's Hyatt Carlton Hotel, where BBC presenter Graham Norton won the same award alongside her.The Rear Of The Year awards kept on coming for Coronation Street, when in 2012, Sunita Alahan star Shobna Gulati won.
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Dancing on Ice fans excited as they spot iconic Corrie couple in studio audience
Dancing on Ice fans have spotted an epic reunion of former Coronation Street lovebirds.Sunday night's episode saw Weatherfield legend Sally Dynevor take to the ice alongside Matt Evers and perform a routine skate to the Trolley Song from Meet Me In St Louis as part of the show's movie week programme.Sally, 58, was supported by two of her real-life children who were sat in the live studio audience.She was supported by her soap kids as well.The actress was cheered on by Brooke Vincent, who played her onscreen daughter Sophie Webster in Coronation Street before confirming her extended break from the soap last month.Brooke was joined in the audience by her former onscreen love interest Sacha Parkinson, who portrayed Sophie's first girlfriend Sian Powers.Posting to Twitter in response, Dancing on Ice viewers could hardly contain their excitement.One fan wrote: "Is that Sian next to Sophie from Corrie?!"Another commented: "Sally looks absolutely beautiful and aww Brooke and Sacha are there for support."Brooke and Sacha memorably portrayed Coronation Street's first lesbian couple, Sophie and Sian.Their characters caused quite the stir when they progressed from friends to lovers in 2009 though their romance was ultimately short-lived.Sacha Parkinson quit the soap in 2011, leading to the breakdown of Sophie and Sian's relationship.The pair were engaged and set to wed but Sophie struggled with her vows at the alter, leaving a devastated Sian to flee Weatherfield.Also in attendance to support Sally at Dancing on Ice were Corrie actresses Samia Longchambon and Jane Danson.Sally scored 26 out of 40 from the judges and skated through to this weekend's upcoming show.Ria Hebden became the second star eliminated from the series after